An advertising partnership between the Washington Post and a Chinese government propaganda outlet is raising questions about the propriety—and legality—of an American news outlet publishing foreign propaganda under its masthead.
Fans of Garry Trudeau's 'Doonesbury' may have to adjust their reading habits this week as many US newspapers have decided to move the popular comic strip from its place on the comics page to the editorial section.
Rupert Murdoch was confronted with fresh allegations from a top police investigator that the daily Sun had systematically paid large sums of money to “a network of corrupted officials” in the British police, military and government.
Al Jazeera-English and Sara Ganim, the reporter who broke open the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal at Penn State, were among the winners of George Polk Awards in Journalism, announced Sunday by Long Island University.
Despite the launch of an online paywall that has, by any measure, been a big success, the company's revenue for its core news business shrank again in 2011. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/new-york-times-shrinks-2012-2#ixzz1lcxvkVCf
The New York Times Company suffered a net loss of almost $40million in 2011, with its fourth quarter profits falling by 12.2 per cent compared to the same period in 2010.
the testimony of Director of National Intelligence James R. Clapper today. See here for his actual testimony in written form. Most important is that he said clearly that Iran is not building nuclear weapons and CIA chief David Petraeus said the same
Janet Robinson will step down as chief executive of the New York Times Co at the end of the month, as the company continues to struggle with advertising declines and a years-long slump in its share price.
Katya Koren, a 19 year old Muslim girl, was stoned to death under 'Sharia law' after taking part in a beauty contest in the Ukraine.
Starting next week Men will be excluded from public pools in the metro-Baltimore suburb of Howard County. The pools will now be Sharia compliant thanks to pressure from immigrant Islamist women's groups.
In the midst of a deteriorating advertising climate, The New York Times plans to eliminate up to 20 newsroom positions and seek additional savings in the business units, the company said Thursday. The reductions, described by the New York Times Co
By many accounts, on Saturday, Occupy Wall Street marching protesters were led onto the Brooklyn Bridge by NYPD, giving many protesters the impression that the police had no problem with the march, and, indeed,that the police were only standing by to
TIME magazine is part of the biggest media conglomerate in the world, and corporate media is the lubricant that keeps the well-oiled military machine humming along so smoothly. By glorifying this "new generation" of veterans, they are adding to the
In a breathtaking response to a scandal engulfing his media empire, Rupert Murdoch closed down the News of the World, Britain's biggest selling Sunday newspaper. Its journalists hacked the voicemails of thousands of people, from child murder victims
A Sudanese journalist was jailed for a month, and her editor fined, for publishing reports on the alleged rape of a female opposition activist by security force personnel. Fatima Ghazali is the first of several journalists to be tried for articles
The liberal political forum Democratic Underground, LLC. (DU) has escaped a lawsuit filed by Righthaven, LLC. that claimed a user illegally appropriated several paragraphs of a news story.
His wife Jenn writes about the great libertarian journalist ["Orange Co. Register" columnist and book author], who has been suffering from cancer: I am very sad to tell you that Alan has suddenly become very weak as a result of the disease and not th
Should the federal government intervene when an American university permits its campus to become unsafe for Jews? When the prevailing atmosphere on campus is hatred against Israel and all things associated with the Jewish people?
Somewhere in the greater Washington D.C. area, there's a sportswriter for GWSports.com who likely wants to crawl under his or her desk and not come out for a while, lest they be mocked for being bested by a robot.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) tech has been employed in some pretty noble causes, like tracking timber to curb illegal logging and tagging animals for study and to better manage their habitats.
Lies, damn lies, and NYT journalism
The New York Post has learned that a museum commemorating the world's most famous Holocaust victim is planning to move across the street from the proposed site of the Ground Zero mosque.
Over the past few days, journalists working for Egyptian state media have orchestrated a remarkable uprising of their own: They have begun reporting news that casts the embattled government in a negative light.
The Shelby County Sheriff has prepared a criminal complaint against a newspaper reporter for asking him questions. Embattled Sheriff Dean Kimpel, who was already under fire for allegations of sexual assault, is now accusing a writer from the Sidney D
David House, supporter and personal friend of Bradley Manning, traveled to Quantico with journalist Jane Hamsher to visit Manning earlier today. Though House is an approved visitor, he was prevented from seeing Manning. They were detained for
The New York Times ran an awful story a few weeks back about Lebanon's Al Akhbar newspaper. Former US Ambassador to Lebanon Jeffrey Feltman responds to The Times's misrepresentations in the story via a Letter to the Editor.
A man apparently accompanying state Sen. Robert Brown to a hurriedly called Thursday news conference attacked and injured Telegraph photographer Woody Marshall at Macon City Hall, prompting conflicting stories from those involved.
Willful New York Times censorship
The Times serves wealth and power alone
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